Why quotation marks should be banned, part 125

I get a steady trickle of hits to this site via search engines due to my interest in false killer whales. This page, advertising paintings of very much real killer whales, which was one higher than me on MSN is interesting: If you “Love Whales” then you will definately want to start collecting Connie McClure’s… Continue reading Why quotation marks should be banned, part 125

Hacker’s legacy

I’m currently going through the complete Yes, Prime Minister on DVD. I’m currently at the start of the second disc of the first series, and by coincidence I think young George and Dave of Notting Hill are at the same spot: DAVID CAMERON proposed a voluntary “National Service” scheme for school-leavers yesterday as his battle… Continue reading Hacker’s legacy